The IELTS exam below was shared by J from the Cayman Islands. Here are the sections she remembered:
Writing task 1 (a report)
We were asked to write a report about 4 bar graphs showing the number of overseas students (from China, Japan, USA and Russia) in universities of UK from 2004 to 2008.
Writing task 2 (an essay)
Cultural traditions are being used for money making purposes, especially for tourists. Is this destroying the traditions or is it the only way to keep them alive?
- What is your name?
- Do you work or study?
- What part of your job is exciting?
- Which is more important – your job or the people you work with?
- Do you manage your time well?
- How do you do it?
- Do you like flowers?
- Are flowers important in your country?
- How are they important?
Talk about an interesting topic. Please say
- What topic is it?
- Why do you find it interesting?
- What can you learn from it?
- What is more important: general or specific knowledge, in your opinion?
- How is general knowledge important to a country?
- Which person is more interesting to you: somebody has knowledge on many different subjects, or somebody who knows almost everything about certain topics?
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